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Beat sugar cravings: 10 healthy options

Nov 5, 2023 | ET Online

​Chia Pudding​

Customize chia pudding with your favorite toppings by combining chia seeds and milk, then refrigerating it for a few hours before adding berries, granola, honey, or nut butter.

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Fruits, often called nature's candy, offer a healthier choice for satisfying sweet cravings, especially low-acidity options like bananas, strawberries, melons, or peaches.

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​Peanut Butter​

Make your own sugar-free ice cream by blending frozen bananas and natural peanut butter in a food processor for a tasty, healthy treat.

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Figs are a good choice for people with bone and hair issues due to their calcium and potassium content, and they also provide energy and are suitable for diabetics.

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​Greek yogurt​

Transform plain Greek yogurt into a healthy dessert by adding fruits, nuts, granola, and a touch of honey, creating a guilt-free ice cream sundae.

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​Dark chocolate​

Dark chocolate, particularly raw cacao, is a rich source of antioxidants and a healthier alternative to satisfy your chocolate cravings.

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Dates are a nutritious and energy-boosting choice to satisfy your sweet tooth, rich in iron, fiber, potassium, copper, magnesium, and vitamin B6.

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​Sesame Chikki/Laddoos​

Sesame chikki/laddoos made with ghee and jaggery provide a sweet and nutritious option, especially for those seeking benefits for their hair, skin, bones, and overall health.

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Apple Chips

Enjoy the natural goodness of apple chips, known for their potential in preventing diabetes, heart disease, and certain cancers.

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Raisins, packed with antioxidants, iron, calcium, and boron, serve as a tasty and healthy remedy for excessive thirst, acidity, fatigue, and dry mouth. A small handful a day is sufficie.

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